The Zonta Club of Cincinnati recently gathered with community partners Matthew 25 Ministries and Kohl’s Cares to assemble 500 birthing and 180 newborn kits for distribution in Haiti.
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s Governing Board approved $2 million in Community Fund grants in its second quarter. During the grant cycle, the foundation invested $815,000 in programs that improve the self-sufficiency of area families.
The Ohio Museums Association recognized Weston Art Gallery’s Docentitos Academy with an Award of Achievement for Best Education/Outreach.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber Foundation plans nine months of classes for its 2018 Leadership Northern Kentucky and Regional Youth Leadership programs.
Great Parks is holding a Native Tree & Shrub Sale. More than 25 species of trees and plants grown from locally collected seeds will be available.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati, in its efforts to reduce poverty across the region, is undergoing a broad transformation that is both subtle and radical. So, the agency that represents 90,000 donors and will invest $51 million in our community this year will start to do so differently. Learn more in our August cover story by John Faherty.